Adrian Persaud, PE, SE
Georgia Institute of Technology, BSCE Civil Engineering
Stanford University, MSCE Civil & Environmental Engineering
Adrian has been practicing structural engineering for over 18 years and has a wide variety of building experience including offices, condominiums, hotels, parking, educational, healthcare and historic renovations. He has led large complex projects exceeding one million square feet in size and has designed structures up to 40 stories in height. He has extensive experience with both steel and post-tensioned concrete structures.
Adrian’s professional activities include the Structural Engineers Association of Georgia where he is a board member and past president, the American Society of Civil Engineers where he serves on the Structural Engineering Institute’s Committee for the Reform of Structural Engineering Education, and as a consultant to the Applied Technology Council where he is currently working on a National Institute of Standards and Technology funded study to evaluate the seismic safety of wind controlled structures within the Central and Eastern United States.
His past volunteer work includes serving on the Drew Charter School engineering advisory board and leading a Boy Scouts of America exploring summer program.
With roots in Jamaica and the Virgin Islands, Adrian frequently travels to the Caribbean to reconnect with sea, sun and family.